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Yearning

Label: Walk Away Records
Released: 2006

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Yearning

Label: MAXJAZZ
Released: 2002

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Kerry Politzer: Yearning

Read "Yearning" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz


Quick and to the Point: Deserving jazz with a Brazilian unction. Yearning is appropriately entitled and represented through the hands and intellect of Kerry Politzer. A yen to get down and just play –that is what she seems to be all about. One cannot be misled by the maternally peaceful and tender countenance ...

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Yearning

Label: CAP
Released: 2001
Track listing: Twist of Samba; Tug of War; A Wish; Revelation; Yearning; Begin the Bai

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Kerry Politzer: Yearning

Read "Yearning" reviewed by Jim Santella


Her session of originals contains a lovely Brazilian tinge. From the modern mainstream, pianist Kerry Politzer exposes her trio to lively samba rhythms and saucier twists that tug this way and that. Percussive in nature, her keyboard mastery echoes the natural spirit that accompanies street festivals and other celebrations of life. To that formula, Politzer adds ...

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Kerry Politzer: Yearning

Read "Yearning" reviewed by Dave Nathan


A graduate of the New England Conservatory, Kerry Politizer has selected her own compositions for the play list for her debut album. Many of the tunes have a Brazilian bent to them which the quartet feels right at home with. The major players on this set with Politzer, are reed player Eric Rasmussen and strong guitarist, ...


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